The City of Kempner only has one contested race this election cycle, but several issues to consider moving forward. Read more
The Salado Board of Aldermen is looking to fill three seats in the upcoming municipal election, to take place May 4. Those seats currently belong to Aldermen Andy Jackson and Michael McDougal, who will not be seeking re-election, and the seat once filled by Fred Brown that was left vacant af… Read more
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Houston-based public accounting firm McConnell & Jones publicly presented the conclusions of its management audit Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017, and with it, a 173-page report detailing problems and recommendations within city finances.
Better pay for Killeen’s employees. That was the intent was behind salary hikes in fiscal years 2014 and 2015, based on a consultant’s study that showed public safety employees, such as police and firefighters, were paid below market, and that 70 percent of overall city employees weren’t ade… Read more
Oct. 7 marks 17 years of war in Afghanistan, making the war against terrorists in that nation the longest combat conflict in U.S. history. Compared to the war in Afghanistan, Vietnam comes the closest to length of combat — troops fighting an enemy and giving their lives for this nation — wit… Read more
Killeen will lose at least one Family Dollar in the next few weeks as part of a nationwide plan by the dollar-store giant to close hundreds of stores this year. Read more
Palo Alto eighth-grader Demontae Chapman runs to a victory in the 110-meter hurdles April 11 during the Killeen ISD Middle School Championhip Meet at Leo Buckley Stadium. Patterson’s Timothy Forbis, left, finished second.
BOSTON (AP) — Stop & Shop supermarket workers and company officials reached a tentative contract agreement Sunday, according to news releases from both parties. Read more